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Return of hot, dry conditions stresses Kan. crops

WICHITA, Kan. (AP) — The return of hot, dry conditions to Kansas has put stress on farm crops in many parts of the state.

The National Agricultural Statistics Service says in its late crop report that temperatures averaged 2 to 6 degrees above normal in most of Kansas last week, with some areas seeing triple-digit highs. 69 more words

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Extreme Heat Will Stress Crops, Livestock

DES MOINES, Iowa — Iowa Secretary of Agriculture Bill Northey says this week’s extremely warm weather will put stress on both crops and livestock.

As of now 77-percent of the corn crop is reported in good to excellent condition and 74-percent of the soybean crop is rated as good to excellent. 38 more words

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Wet Weather Causing Stress for Iowa Corn, Soybeans

DES MOINES, Iowa — The latest crop report from the U.S. Department of Agriculture shows the condition of corn and soybeans has decreased slightly from the week before. 112 more words

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Iowa Corn, Soybean Emergence Ahead Of Average

DES MOINES, Iowa — Most Iowa farmers are finding success in the fields so far but severe weather has made an impact in southeast Iowa. 85 more words

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Warm, dry weather needed to complete 2014 seeding in Saskatchewan

REGINA – Producers around Saskatchewan have nearly completed seeding the 2014 crop.

According to the latest crop report, 78 per cent of seeding has now been completed, slightly ahead of the five-year average of 76 per cent. 104 more words

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